Tickets MUSEUMS AND MONUMENTS OF LISBON - MUSEUMS OF LISBON | Blueticket

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Ticket includes: Museum of Lisbon (Pimenta Palace, Roman Theatre, Santo António and Casa dos Bicos) + Aljube Museum + Fado Museum + Museu Bordalo Pinheiro + Puppet Museum

 

Children up to 11 years old don't pay

Tickets valid for 90 days

 

* last entry 30 minutes before closing time

 

EGEAC is responsible for the management of some of the most emblematic cultural spaces and monuments of the city of Lisbon.

To simplify access to these monuments and museums, EGEAC grouped them into themed packs that help you to program your visit so you can make the most of Lisbon.

 

Museum of Lisbon: it is new concept in city museums, that of a polynucleotide museum, in which Lisbon and its stories are revealed under different perspectives. There are five nuclei of the Lisbon Museum: Pimenta Palace, Roman Theater, Santo António, Torreão Poente and Casa dos Bicos. Five distinct spaces that share a mission, an identity and a new image. The purpose is to reveal Lisbon in different ways, to share the wealth of one of the oldest cities in Europe.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 6pm *

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Aljube Museum: The space that once housed a political prison during the Estado Novo military dictatorship under António de Oliveira Salazar now pays tribute to resistance and freedom as Museu do Aljube. Located at 42, Rua de Augusto Rosa, this four storey museum contains a gallery of archaeological objects, a space for temporary exhibitions, a permanent exhibition, an auditorium and a cafeteria with a view overlooking the Cathedral of Lisbon and the Tagus River. The museum also offers an educational service (which organises tours for schools) and a documentation centre that contains specialised publications and conducts research relating to the museum’s themes.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 6pm *

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Fado Museum: A long-standing institution in the world of Lisbon’s urban song, the Fado Museum is dedicated to preserving, researching and displaying its archives on Fado heritage via its permanent exhibition on the history of Fado and the Portuguese Guitar. The Museum regularly promotes temporary exhibitions and has its own school, a documentation centre, an auditorium, a gift shop and a restaurant.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am to 6pm *

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Museu Bordalo Pinheiro: The first Museum in Portugal to be built from scratch to household the work of an artist, opened to the public in 1916 by the hand of the collector Cruz de Magalhães, great admirer of Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro. The house next to Campo Grande garden, was awarded the honorary mention of the Valmor Prize (architecture). Here we can find the artist works of ceramics, decoration, design, humor drawing, comics and illustration, with a special attention to the figure of Zé Povinho a national stereotype. Donated to Lisbon City Council in 1924, the Museum was reopened in 2005 with a permanent exhibition, a specialized library and a Temporary Exhibition Gallery, where works by contemporary artists related to the work of Bordalo Pinheiro are shown.

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 6pm *

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Puppet Museum: Situated within the Convento das Bernardas (Bernardas Convent) in Santos, the Puppet Museum is wholly dedicated to informing visitors about and promoting puppetry, covering the history of this art form around the world, displaying different kinds of puppets and the themes they embodied, particularly focussing on the Portuguese puppet.

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 6pm *

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